Here's a whimsical Easter decoration featuring the Cheshire Cat -- a dyed egg embellished with the mischievous character's toothy grin.
Create a felt Sebastian to keep your little mermaid company.
Nothing says "chef" like a poofy white hat, and these are especially easy to make.
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Crafted from paper and a few sparkly notions, the compact mirror reflects a touch of Tokyo.
Leia's fancy hairdo is a fashion must-do for aspiring Star Wars princesses. Any kid can sport Leia's look by creating this simple headband.
Who has a better appreciation for independence than Rapunzel? Designed to celebrate the feisty princess' freedom, this Independence Day crown features colorful paper rosettes and a ribbon braid.
Here's a Phineas and Ferb invention to help kids keep tabs on their shades -- a no-sew, cinch-style pouch embellished with the likeness of one of the boys.
Modeled after the trusty Agent P, this playful box is ideal for safekeeping all of your child's treasures and trinkets.
Made from paper and embroidery floss, this majestic pair of coach horses is inspired by a couple of fairy tale mice and the quick wave of a mythical wand.